26T blasts through the morning fog shortly after departing Conway Yard. Pennsy heritage under Pennsy signals.
NS 26T flies through Spruce Creek Tunnel and passes over one of many steel reinforced PRR arch bridges crossing the Little Juniata River.
Another pair of SD40Es shove a string of JB Hunt containers on the rear of eastbound stack train 26T up the grade towards Horseshoe Curve in the early afternoon. An empty coal train sits in a sidi... (more)
Eastbound 26T passes the New Beaver Wetlands as the morning fog burns off of the still waters.
After pausing at Trafford (MP336.3) to add a pair of SD40E helpers, NS 26T blasts under the signal bridge at Larimer, MP 332.7, on its eastward journey.
After stopping east of Trafford to couple a pair of SD40E helpers on the rear, NS 26T blasts through swirling snow and under the signal bridge at Ardara, MP 334.5 on the Pittsburgh Line.
In a heavy snow squall, a pair of helpers shove the rear of intermodal 26T towards Gallitzin and Horseshoe Curve.
Eastbound stack train 26T knocks down the signals at MP 355 and is moments away from crossing into Ohio as the final rays of sunlight begin to fade away.
Eastbound intermodal train 26T eases though Altoona with a pair of SD70M-2s for power.
Eastbound 26T at CP PACK.
Southbound 26T rolls thru the S-Curve just south of CP ESPLEN.
26T rolls south on the Mon Line with the rear of the 8,600 foot long train still visible on the OC Bridge in the background.
The sun peeks put as 26T rolls east past M9G in Ardara.
Intermodal train 26T kicks up some fresh snow on the last day of 2009.